Cat Arthritis: What to Expect

Cat Arthritis: What to Expect

  • Kirsten Thornhill - 26.11.2021
Pinpointing feline arthritis is not an easy task. Many times, cat parents are unaware of their cat’s discomfort or pain. Thus, unfortunately, many cats with arthritis are undiagnosed and left untreated. 
Dog Sports Your Dog Will Love

Dog Sports Your Dog Will Love

  • Kirsten Thornhill - 24.11.2021
Dog sports may provide a plethora of benefits to your pup including obedience training, improving their overall agility, providing mental stimulation, and that’s only the beginning.
Kidney Disease in Canine: What to Know

Kidney Disease in Canine: What to Know

  • Kirsten Thornhill - 22.11.2021
Whenever something goes wrong with any vital organs, such as the kidneys, it’s a scary situation. With this being said, being able to recognize the early signs and symptoms of organ failure or damage can allow paw parents to act quickly and appropriately towards getting their puppers the necessary medical treatment needed. 
Cat Seizures: A Cat Parent Guide

Cat Seizures: A Cat Parent Guide

  • Kirsten Thornhill - 15.11.2021

If your cat just had their first seizure episode or frequently experiences seizures, there are several things you should know before moving forward with a treatment plan. In today’s article, we’ll be talking about all you need to know about cat seizures and how you help manage them. 

Cat Vomit: Is it As Serious as You Think?

Cat Vomit: Is it As Serious as You Think?

  • Kirsten Thornhill - 03.06.2021
It is important for paw parents to know when it’s time to act quickly, as vomiting can be a small sign that something serious is going on. There are two types of vomiting that will help your vet in determining the underlying cause(s) of the vomit and how best to treat the issue. 
Your Holistic Go-To for Pyoderma in Dogs

Your Holistic Go-To for Pyoderma in Dogs

  • Kirsten Thornhill - 24.05.2021
The main reason paw parents bring their pets into the vet? Pyoderma. Pyoderma can be defined as a bacterial infection of the skin. It’s a very common condition amongst dogs and cats.
Hydrotherapy for Canines

Hydrotherapy for Canines

  • Kirsten Thornhill - 17.05.2021
Water therapy is quickly becoming popular in the animal world. Hydrotherapy is a form of physical rehabilitation therapy that uses the water’s properties to assist dogs with recovery and exercise. 
Green Lipped Mussels for Dogs: A Guide

Green Lipped Mussels for Dogs: A Guide

  • Kirsten Thornhill - 12.05.2021
Many experts are saying that green lipped mussels might hold promise for supporting healthy bone and joint function and may possibly even help occasional joint pain and discomfort in dogs.